Amy And Jim In America 1933

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Full title reads: "Amy and Jim in America - after their 3,300 mile flight across the Atlantic."

Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America (USA).

Jim Mollison looking fairly bruised and battered and with a bandage around his head is wheeled out in a bath chair. BV of Amy Johnson...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
6555
Sort Number:
33/062
Time in/Out:
01:14:03:00 / 01:15:42:00
Canister:
33/62
Film ID:
729.11
Issue Date:
03/08/1933

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